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ATHENS, Ga – The Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA) selects a class of 20 professionals in the global event industry in their twenties to be recognized each year for making a difference in their workplace and the industry. Alison Melvin, Convention and Conference Sales Executive at The Classic Center, was among the 20 recipients awarded in PCMA’s Class of 2024. PCMA is known for being the largest and a well-respected network of business event strategists for business leaders.
ATHENS, Ga – The Classic Center Cultural Foundation is pleased to announce the 2023 community grant recipients. Join the Cultural Foundation in congratulating the following organizations on their efforts to support the arts and workforce development in our community: · Lydia’s Place: “Level Up” Hospitality Workforce Program · DIVAS Who Win Freedom Center, Inc.: Freedom Rhythm Drum Circles · Canopy Studio, Inc.: “Canopy: The Musical!” performance · Burney-Harris-Lyons Middle School: “I Am An
ATHENS, GA – Georgia Trend Magazine selects 500 of the Most Influential Leaders in Georgia each year to publish in a special magazine edition, Georgia 500. This year, Paul Cramer, President/CEO of The Classic Center, was among the group selected. The list of leaders chosen all have a significant focus on working together on economic development and southern hospitality, making Georgia a powerhouse for economic expansion. The selection process includes nominations, extensive research, and an interview
ATHENS, Ga. – Santa is leaving his workshop early this year! Mark your calendars for Breakfast with Santa on Saturday, December 9, at 8:30 a.m. at The Classic Center Atrium, benefiting The Classic Center Cultural Foundation.Little ones will have the chance to tell Santa their Christmas wishes, create holiday crafts, enjoy a full breakfast buffet, and spread Christmas cheer during this morning of fun. A professional photographer will capture family memories, and even Buddy the Elf will make an
ATHENS, Ga.– Thursday, November 9 –You can sit with us! Classic Entertainment invites you to join us for Mean Girls on Thursday, December 14, as part of the 2023-2024 Broadway Entertainment Series at The Classic Center Theatre.Cady Heron may have grown up on an African savanna, but nothing prepared her for the wild and vicious ways of her strange new home: suburban Illinois. How will this naïve newbie rise to the top of the popularity pecking order? By taking on The Plastics, a trio of lionized frenemies
November 2023 (Athens, GA). Shelly Magruder joins Coldwell Banker Upchurch Realty as a licensed REALTOR® in residential properties. After graduating from the University of Georgia, starting a family, and living and working in town, Magruder has developed a deep love for Athens and its rich culture. As a volunteer and eventual full-time employee of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Georgia for over a decade, she not only gained a deeper understanding of Athens’s history from its
Starting and growing a business can be an exhausting task for entrepreneurs. It can be stressful, filled with uncertainty, and cause anxiety. However, entrepreneurs who are determined to succeed can take steps to reduce their stress levels while achieving their goals. In this article, we explore ways entrepreneurs can reduce stress while growing their businesses.Establish Reasonable Goals Entrepreneurs often place high expectations on themselves and their businesses, which can lead to stress and anxiety.
Good day! Clarke Intellectual Developmental Disabilities Program is a part of Advantage Behavioral Health Systems. We provide Community Access Service, Community Inclusion and Volunteer Opportunities, Supported Employment, Community Living Support, Community Residential Alternative, Host Home Living, Medical Continuity & Oversight, Special Medical Supplies and Nutrition, And Family Support Services. Clarke Day Program for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities is having a
November 2023 (Athens, GA). Coldwell Banker Upchurch Realty proudly announces the 31st annual Coats for Kids Coat Drive. To meet the need of coats and jackets for children in the community, our office will accept monetary donations for our annual coat drive until December 15, 2023.Donations will be used to purchase new coats and winter wear to meet the specific needs of children in our local school systems. Since its creation in 1992, the Coats for Kids drive has kept hundreds of children in our community
(ATHENS, GA) Each year, people across the United States come together on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday to observe the only federal holiday that is designated as a National Day of Service. 2024 marks the 22nd year of the MLK Day of Service in Athens. Each year, hundreds of volunteers make Martin Luther King, Jr. Day “A Day On and Not a Day Off” at a variety of community project sites. This year, the Athens MLK Day of Service Steering Committee is looking for project sites as well as local funds
NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release Date: October 16, 2023 For more information: Didi Dunphy, Lyndon House Arts Center Didi.email@example.com (706) 613-3623 x. 7603 Cathy Padgett, ACCGov Leisure Services Cathy.firstname.lastname@example.org (706) 613-3625Lyndon House Arts Foundation & Lyndon House Arts Center Announce Lyndon House Art
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